If you love reading about rituals of your favorite celebrities, today’s story will make your day. We did some digging to find out how some of fashion’s biggest names spend their Sunday afternoons. From cuddling with kittens to hosting a hearty meal for friends, keep reading for a peek inside seven stylish celebrities' days off.
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"This new lipstick is all the rage," the actress posted to Instagram on a Sunday.
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"Sundays are the relaxing day of the weekend for us. I go to Whole Foods in the morning, which is the worst time to go, and then we like to cook. If we are at home in L.A., we have a bigger kitchen and have people over, but if it’s here in New York, we keep to ourselves. John is my sous chef, and he’s great at it," she told Bon Appetit.
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"On Sundays, [my kids] do gymnastics, and while they do gymnastics, I do an hour [of exercise]," she said. "I try to incorporate gymnastics and working out a little bit into my everyday routine. Like over the weekend, we were at home playing in the pool, [so I did] a few laps with the kids. We have a big trampoline outside. We have two German shepherds, and I take them on walks. It's incorporating that into my daily life," the model told Wonderwall.
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“Pizza, pasta, and a movie is my go-to Sunday routine.” she dished to Us Weekly.
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"Sunday stretch," the model posted to Instagram.
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"Meredith is allergic to joy," the singer joked on a Sunday Instagram post.
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“My Sunday routine is to walk to the Metropolitan Museum through Central Park. It’s delightful. I go through a section called the Pinetum, an arboretum devoted almost exclusively to pine trees. When you’re dead center in the park and the Great Lawn is in front of you, the skyline keeps changing. It’s quite fascinating to watch. I will say this, though—because I’m a big architecture fan—why don’t they do something with the tops of these buildings? That Park Avenue building at 56th Street is just a thin column. It needs a little cap.” the fashion consultant shared with The New York Times.
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